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The Short Story of Little Red Riding Hood – by *Charles Perrault* Posted in Charles Perrault Stories, Fortnightly Fairy Tales, French Fairy Tales, Little Red Riding Hood, Little Red Riding Hood Stories, Story Time Little Red Riding Hood story The short story Little Red Riding Hood is one of the world’s best-known f many other variants from around the world. The Brothers Grimm collected the tale in their Children’s and Household Tales and there exists a much more sinister Italian version named La Finta Nonna (‘The False Grandmother’). However, most scholars date **Charles Perrault’s Le Petit Chaperon Rouge (1697) as the first ‘fixed’ version of the tale.** Once upon a time, there lived in a certain village, a little country girl, the prettiest creature was ever seen. Her mother was excessively fond of her; and her grand-mother doted on her much more. This good woman got made for her a little red riding-hood; which became the girl so extremely well, that every body called her Little Red Riding-Hood. One day, her mother, having made some girdle-cakes, said to her: “Go, my dear, and see how thy grand-mamma does, for I hear she has been very ill, carry her a girdle-cake, and this little pot of butter.” The Big Book of Fairy Tales - Illustrated by Charles Robinson The Big Book of Fairy Tales. It is a folktale of European origin.

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cakes1947

Of course you did, never thought anything else!!! LOL

lelabugosi

Found it!
The Big Book of Fairy Tales – Illustrated by Charles Robinson
http://artofnarrative.blogspot.com/2013/06/charles-robinson-big-book-of-fairy_21.html

cakes1947

Hi KLY & lela ~ I'm glad you both liked this one. It reminds me of Rackham but not scary. :))))))))))

lelabugosi

Good one!

Lovely illustration...I think it may mean griddle cakes.

jirma48

Hello cakes1947 - my grandmother probably had a birthday. I don't know what it is - opasek with us it means a tape.

cakes1947

Hi jirma ~ There are many versions but this is the first I heard of the bottle of wine!!! ;))))))

jirma48

The little girl went to visit her grandmother and brought her a cake and a bottle of wine. The wolf overtook her, ate his grandmother and waited for the girl. Both were rescued by a hunter who cut through the belly of a sleeping wolf and they climbed out.

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